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I generally tell clients that are approved for SSDI not to spend their retroactive award of disability benefits as their disability carrier will be asking them to turn over the full amount. Now I pull this retirement 2 years a little after they had approved me for the the long term disability. Now I have recieved a letter form them stating that I was supposed to let them know.First, can they do this (since it was their error), and second, can they go back 15 years worth?Even the IRS allows one to go back no more than 3 years.I’m afraid once they receive the “overpayment” they will find a way to cut me off & I will lose my home, due to less income. Carla, they can garnish your future disability payments and they could try to sue you for the overpayment benefits they are claiming.There is no guarantee that they will continue to pay you once you send them the overpayment money. I went on Long term disability because of Kidney failure in 2005.

Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.For example, if SSDI is paying you

Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

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Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.

It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.

In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.

For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

My share of the award was detemined to be from 2/2001 to 10/31/2005 based on the number of weeks worked.

When I received the check the law firm stated that 1/2 of the settlement award must be treated as “back wages” and the other 1/2 as “Liquidated Damages”. My LTD plan has a provision for deducting amount of income stating: The gross LTD benefit will be automatically reduced by the amount of income you are eligible to receive from other sources, including but not limited to: Further down the list it states: Third party recovery for loss of income by judgement, settlement or otherwise, including recovery amounts you may receive from future earnings.

,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you ,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay

Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

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Most group long-term disability policies contain a deductible source of income provision.

It is very rare to see an individual long-term disability policy with a social security offset.

In addition, each month moving forward, your disability carrier will reduce your monthly benefit amount by the amount of your monthly SSDI check.

For example, if SSDI is paying you $1,600 a month and your disability carrier was previously paying you $3,000 a month, then your long disability carrier will now only pay $1,400 a month.

My share of the award was detemined to be from 2/2001 to 10/31/2005 based on the number of weeks worked.

When I received the check the law firm stated that 1/2 of the settlement award must be treated as “back wages” and the other 1/2 as “Liquidated Damages”. My LTD plan has a provision for deducting amount of income stating: The gross LTD benefit will be automatically reduced by the amount of income you are eligible to receive from other sources, including but not limited to: Further down the list it states: Third party recovery for loss of income by judgement, settlement or otherwise, including recovery amounts you may receive from future earnings.

,400 a month.